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PRINTED AND flMJLIsHKU.EY WM. II. CHANDLER & CO.. asp w. 1 , WU:r" " FOR TRESIDEXT: GEN. ZACHARY TAYLOR, Of Louisiana. FOR Y1CE PRESIDENT: MILLARD FILLMORE, " . Of New York. roR RErRESEXTA 77 YE, J .r? VATHAN UOWLEV. WHIG ELECTORAL TICKET. FOR THE STATE AT LARÜE. JOSEPH G. M ARSHALL, of Jefleraon; i.UDLOVE S. ORTH, of T cppecanie. PlSTRICT ELECTORS: lt I'ist. J..1IX I'lTUILR, of l0;Cy. J. . S. Davis, of Floyd. " .Milton- CIrk., of Pearlrn. David 1'. Hoi.i.owav, of Wayne, Thomas D. Wilful of Hancock. " IjOVLij. II. IIuvsseav, of tlr.-ene, Edward W. Mi-ücauhky, ot Park. Ja.ls F. i-rr, of Clinton. " DaMel D. Pratt, ot Cass. David Kilgore, of Delaware. 1 1th 3th fih 7ih f.h 9(h loth CITY OT EVANS VILLCJ TUESDAY MORNING, JULY A. GQ"Ao paper will be issued from this office tu-morrow. All Right. The sanction given by the press of the country to the nomination of Gen. - Taylor is almost eutirely unanimous. In our own State wc know of but one paper bear:- the proud tille of Whig that has refused to support the Philadelphia Nominees. The pa per which we aliud a to is the Lafayette Jour nal, edited by John IS. Bernaus. The course which this paper has pursued for some years past has injured the great Whig party more than any three Locofoco paper in the State have in the same length of thie. We under stand that arrangements are. being made to f stabluh a Whig paper in Lafayette. If this -be true, it will be "Good bye Major. We know there are hundreds ami thousand of good men who were anxious to try the 'age of Ashland" another heat, give him one mure round, and there were those who did not think Gen. Taylor strong Whig enough for them. He is. however, ths nominee by the 4 voice of the people expressed through their Convention, and the question for such as have any doubts about the matter, is whether they prefer the honest and pure-hearted Taylor to the intriguing politician Cass. That is the question. A question which they will, soon settle in their minus. It is live months yet to the election, and, though the day be fr off let tisofler a prediction as to the vote of the First District of Indiana. We predict that (Jen. Taylor will receive a larger majority in this DMäct than did Mr. ProJJit in his best racr. We have a pretty high opinion of our faculty for foresight. For instance our readers will remember the prediction we made some lime prior to the last August election, as to the majority thai Mr. Einbree, would receive over Mr. Owen, and, for which, every Locofoco for weeks afterwards, that we could gel sight of, turned out of our way as though he was about to encounter a member of some Lunatic Asy lum. Nevertheless the prediction was veri fied. The Welters Litebast Empoeicm. Thi splendid Monthly Magaziue devoted to "Litera ture, Religion, Philosophy; diffusion of useful knowledge, and.the elevation of man is upon our table. The Emporium is published in Cincinnati, and edited by . A. Barnes. Mr. Barnes is well known to our citizens (he has resided in our cily for several years) as a man of high literary and religious attainments, and he will make the Emporium a work wor thy of support. Each numb.7 will contain at least one steel plate engraving and sixty-four pages of reading matter, making two volumes of four hundred pages each, or one volume of eight hundred pages during the year a volume ornament for the parlor table, or library. (QSee Prospectus in another column. . Jlos. Faisua Em b bee will please accept our thanks for a copy of the Annual Report of the Commissioner of Patents for the year IS 17, which we received from him by the last mail. This valuable work contains about 790 pages) neatly bound in linen. Paws Clubs. Wi b all the sympathy for the colored race in France, the meetings ol the clubs for colored people are but poorly attend ed ' by that class. A letter write says ne eTntei but twenty in a club of two buudred L;ie-; Tb resident was a mulatto; and, a maticfeducatiüuisereralof the colored gen tlemen were accompanied by white females, and one entered with two-one on each arm. The motto is Liberty, Equality O l vnu ty.. ' , J - Innv VAS BCBCS OS Ge. CaS-Jo! Ya R.r,- MVS Hut the conservatives having now ".taki-Pg bis body killed Cass, they are i Politics asd Oesithologv. The editor or the Signal, the Barnburner organ ia Cincinna ti, thus hails the nominatioiLof Martin Van Buren: . - Nolle oU Martin! In the winter of Vrpe. dora's adversity, like the winced namesake, trie tavor with which the American people once regarded you seemed to Lave flown away, but with Liberty's progress into a sum mt rot prosperity, it returns with hundred fold increase. Gex. Tatlor is Florida. The following extract from a repert of operations in Florida, made by Gen. Thomas S. Jesup, then as now a supporter of the Locofoco administration. shows the estimate placed upon Gen. Taylors military services and talents before he became the Whig candidate for the Presidency: Washington, June 6, 1S3S. G n. Taylor was directed in nrn- ceed from Tampa Bar. ODen a mad in noark- n m a r r SA M a m J A4 eastern direction into the heart of the country, establish a road at Pese Creek, another on the hissimmee, and attack the enemy in that quarter. He came up with the enemy cn the 25th December, attacked them, and;ln one ot Hubert fought action knou;nö our history, gained a complete tictor-f, though with great loss of officers an-1 inn ; Senator Bright, wuo scintillated from the travelling tail of candidate Cass to address a Hunker meeting at Troy, IS. Y said, "all Gen. Taylor did at the battle of Monterey thai terrible conflict was to set on old Whi te, and tell 'era to fight, boys, fiht em." Phil. aV. American. Oh 'tis a burning shame, that a man occupv ing the high position ol U. S. Senator, shoufd thus undertake to disparage and sneer at the personal bearing of the great conqueror in the most glorious Daltle ot the age. The country is told by this Senator that Gen. Tavlor did nothing durjng the battle of Buena Vista, but sit on old Whitey and say "fight 'era, boys, tight em. Although the old chieftain guided an tne great movements upon that immortal field, it is not claimed bv his frieu lw that he made any speeches during the battle half as long as those Mr. Bright sometimes makes in the Sen ate. Possibly he did not deem it an occasion for overmuch oratory. Sitting calmly upon his old war-horse in the midst of the iron storm that was hurling through the air from the innumerable batteries of the enemy, a few brief sentences such as "fight 'em, boj, fight 'era, anl "a little more grape, Capf. Bragg," constituted the sum total of all bis efforts at rhetorical display. Lord Wellington, at the most critical mom;ut of the battle of Water loo, merely said ,;up guards aud at 'em. Pro bably if Senator Bright hid commanded either at Waterloo or Buena Vista, he would have made a terrible stump speech to his soldiers full five hours long, but he would have been very careful to select a stump where he would have been in no danger of having his speech his$cd by the balls. Lou. Jour. Gex. Cass ij New York. The following is from the Wayne county (N. Y.) Sentinel, an ardent Locofoco paper, which, on receiving the noulitia lion of Cass and Butler, placed their names unhesitatiogiy ftt the head of its col umns. This is really one of the most striking and significant indications that we have 'seen1 or could vUh4o see: Down goes our Cass ticket. We bow to the Democratic sentiment. Reierence par ticularly to the expression upon this question by the Democracy of this assembled district. A number of individuals placed a Cass flag up on the top of the Democratic liberty pole in this village, on Saturday morning last. A large meeting of the Democrats f this town, in the evening of the some day, by a unani mous vote, directed the same to b; taken down on Momlay morning, and it was done. Bclwer, A new novel by Sir Bulwer Lyt Ion is now in the Harpers' press. It is enti tied "Harold the last of the Saxon Kings." Bulwer has recently lost his only daughter. She was in the flower of youth, amiable and accomplished. Public report (according to a letter from London,) says that Lady Bulwer attempted to see her daughter as she was dy ing, but Sir Edward forbade the unhappy mo ther admission to the chamber of death. The feud between the husband aud wife seems to be bitter indeed. Keokuk. Some cf. the papers, says the Warsaw Signal, are making quite a lamenta tion over the death of the Sue Indian Chief; Keokuk, and passing fine eulogiums upon him. which the truth will not warrant. The fact is; Keokuk was a cruel and wily savage capri cious and tyrannical exceedingly fond ol money, greatly addicted to gambling, horse ra- ciiig.and drunkenness, and the accompanying vices, and possessing neither the confidence of bis triba, nor ths respect of white m?n. Boot Found. The Shreveport (Caddo) Ga zette says: The body of Charles Hawberg, the German Watchmaker, who has been missing for several days, was found on Tuesday, in a dense thicket, near Silver Lake, within the cor poration. He had shot himself in the face with a pistol, aud must have died instantly. The piatol and cane of Mr. Thomas Jacobs were found with him, and some eight or ten dollars in his pocket. It is very evident that the poor man was in a state of insanity. fX5The Girrard College is almost a failure at last. The architect has come out iu a regu lar report against the work of his own genius and declares that tue reverberation of the recitation room is so deafening, that they will be useless for the purposes of llieir 'construe lion. The remedy proposed is to line the Gothic arches with false plain ceil ings. " It is amusing to hear the expressions of sym pathy which the Dcmocjatic papejs lavish on Henrv Clay. The Union calls him Mthe ora tor the statesman, the brave old civiliau!" Yet these are the very inen w no nave spent their lives ;j slandering' aud persecuting the object of their pment eulogies'. ' . : . . Thirtt Thousand Whigs iji Council The postponed Whig Ratification meeting took place last nigh in Monument Square. The eve ning was delightful. Notwithstanding the, announcement, that Mr. Webster could not be present, in consequence of severe indisposi tion, and the fact that a very large meeting was held last evenning, yet the peoplejpoured out in thousands from all parts of the city, and before nine o'clock the entire square was densely crowded, presenting a . congregated mass of not less than thirty thousand souls. All the windows and doors of the surrounding houses were filled mostly with ladies, who lent their smiles, as if to complete the ratifica tion The stand was handsomely decorated, and a fine band discoursed at intervals most el oquent music. Mr. Thompson, of Indiana, who spoke for over two hours and a half, and during the whole period so completely enchanted the vast audience that scarcely a person lett his posi tion from the beginuing to the end of his re marks. We have time only in this brief no tice to say that it was one of the ablest and and most eloquent political speeches we have ever listened to. Every argument was sound, and presented so forcibly that conviction must follow. He was repeatedly and loudly cheer ed, and though having spoken an unusual lengtn oi time, me multitude did not seem willing that he should stop, which we think is the highest evidence of his merit as a speaker. Having concluded his remarks, Coleman Yellott, of Baltimore, took tha stand and spoke for some time in his usual hap py manner. After closing his remarks, the hour being late, on motion the meeting ad journed. A larce procession headed by a band ol music, nags, banners, transparencies, &c. escorted Mr. lhompson to his lodzms at Bar nura's Hotel, where they gave him three hearty cheers. The meeting was altogether one of the larg est and most enthusiastic we have ever seen on any similar occasion. The warmest enthu fiiasra and most perfect unanimity of feeling prevailed. The cheers for Talor and Fillmore were loud and long and öfter repeated. It was 111 ueciueaiy a most glorious meeting and gave ev deucts that nothing can stop the mighty ava lanche which is now sweeping over the couu- try for old Zack. The spirit is now aroused ana it cannot slumber, until uen. Taylor is President of the United States. Baltimore Patriot. (C5If.the Locofocos of Indiana have the least ambition to make even a respectable show of strength at the next election, they had better appoint a committee to kick Chapman out of the State. Here is a paragraph nel: Taylor swore that our volunteers were cow arda, and of course the Quakers who are To ries and all other Tories will hurrah for him no matter if he had cut the tuoats of their mothers. The Quakers are numerous in Indiana. Their votes have ereat influence upon there suit of every electiou in that State They are as virtuous and conscientious a people as can be found oil earth, yet here we have a locofoco editor, the principal Locofoco editor of Indiana the recognized Locofoco oigan of that State, stigmatizing the w hole of them without dis tinction as "7'oriM" and saying that they would nurran lor a man "trAo had cut the throats of their mothers! V Of course we do not know how the Quakeis will vote at at the November election, or whether Iber Will vote at all, but we know that they are the friends of peace, and we do not think that the Sentinel s denunciation and blackguardism are at all calculated either to force them to vote against Gen. Taylor, who notwithstanding his profession of arms, is 1 er vent in his devotion to the spirit of peace, or to drive them into voting for Cass, who, from his youth up to his nearly three score and ten has been racing for war, and whose thoughts are as bloody as the dream of a famished tigT. Lou. Jour. Horrid Affair. We learn, says the St Louis Republican of the 7th ult., that on Mon day last. David Cooper, a young man about seventeen years of age, killed his uncle Sam" I Cooper, nearRencheler's five miles from town It is represented, that these persous belonged to an emigrating party from Tennessee, ou their way to Arkansas; that, the young man's father and uncle were drinking, that the father had whipped bis mother, and the uncle said he would beat her to death. Some altercation too place between the parties, the boy, taking the part ofbis mother. The boy attempted to ge out of bis war, but the uncle pursued him and young Cooper seized a rail, struck the old man a blow over the head and killed him. The young man delivered himself into custody at Belleville, and an examination was to take place yesterday afternoon. The whole aflair, from its iuception to its close, is a heart sick ening one, and may justly be charged as the legitimate result of whiskey drinking. How the Mississippi Recimest will vote. The Louisville Journal of Saturday says: The Mississippi regiment, numbering about 300, came up from New Orleans on the steam er Gen. Layfiyette. At Baton Rouge they found Gen. Taylor upon Ihe wharf and gave him three tremendous cheers. The might of their lungs were wreaked upon the effort. One ot the best known and most respectable gentlemen of this State, who caraeup on the LafayettP, informs us that he made a busi ness to go among the oflicers of the regiment and to make inquiries as to their votes upon the Presidential question, anj, trm 113 aia not find a solitary man among them tcho did not avow a acierminaiiOt 10 voic jor usnzrui Taylor. Murder, We are informed that a man by the name of Gibson entered the office of Dr. S. L. Jones, in Rock-bouse Prairie: between 10 and 11 o'clock on Monday night last. Dr. Jones ordered him out and followed hiin to the door, where Gibson seized him by the collar and stabbed him 111 the abdomen with a butch: er knife, inflicting a mortal wound some eight inches in length Jonra died the next night. lie was a popular physician and a good citizen; his melancholy fate is generally la mented. Gibson fled. St. Josejh Adventu rer. Planet Mercurt. The planet Mercury attained its greatest eastern elongation from the sun, an I may be seen an hour after sun set, nettr tha plinet Jupiter, After a few days it will bury itself in the sun's rays and be in visible for manv months.- , ITEMS. Green corn appeared in our market vester- day morning. J he price xvr dozen was too strong of the dimes tor a poor man to indulge in the luxury. Cm. Enq. Jane ZQth. Asother. A vote was taken amonz the passengers on tne mcramrnto, in coming jwn, as to their preference for the candidates or the Presidency, which resulted forty-seven or Taylor, and eleven for Cass. St. Louis Hep. 20th. Drowned. An Irishman, named William Coffin, from Green county. Ohio, a deck pas senger on the steamer Germantovcn, bound or this city, when just above Ste. Genevive, walked overboard yesterday afternoon, and was drowned. He is supposed to have been laboring under infirmity of the mind. lb. Boat Scsk asd Loss or Life. A Mackin aw boat laden with Buffalo robes, from Fort ierre, belonging to the North American Fur Company, struck a Polk Stalk a mile or two below ibis village and sunk, on bunclay last. Mr. Charles Picot, recently in the employ of the Company, a passenger, was drowned. Boat and cargo total. St. Joseph Adventurer Wrd. . fT5The Governor of Pennsylvania has is sued a writ for the execution of Langfeldt, the murderer, on the 20th of October. Antique Idols. Two antiqut idols, of the most beautiful workmanship and interesting history, arrived in this city yesterday from the interior of Mexico, together with their several sacrificial basins. lhese relics are mtended or a museum tobe formed in this city, for the purpose of illustrating a series of lectures upon the antiquities of our own land. A. O. Picz- yune. Father and Son. It is one of the oddities of these odd times, that Martin Vau Buren aud his sou Johu, were both candidates before the caucus at the Utica Convention. The father received 60 voles, and the son 5. ISalt. Clip. 1ew Uocktebfeit. A ten-dollar bill on the Exchange Bank of Virginia, payable at uicnmond. in the genuiue bills, the fagure 1 t i represents the goddess of liberty; in the coun erteit, it is a k male in a silting position, sur rounded by agricultural products aud marine implements. lb: A man named Henry Chester recently disap peared from Donaldson, and after a few davs bis body was found with his skull crushed in 1 nornoiv. ii is supposeu ne was asjasiuaieu. He was an Englishman of Herculeau strength and very quarrelsome when driukiug. lb. Wm. Polk, Esq., of Arkansas, brother of the Presideut, is the largest corn grower in America. His crop last year was 100,000 bushels. Ladies. French I. was the first monarch who introduced ladies at his court. He. said in a style of true gallantry, "that a drawing room without ladies, was like the year without ihe spring, or ralher like spriug without flow ers. The United 'States are, according to Yankee Salisbe, bounded 011 the North by the Aurora Uorealis, on the East by sunrise, ou the West by no place, and on Ihe South by as far as we choose to go. Smiles. Men are like bugles; T.he more brass thev contain, the farther you can hear them. Ladies are like, violets: the more mod est and retiring they appear, the better you love thtra. A writer from Mexico says, ' Cordova is garrisoned br the Michigan regiment, commanded by Colonel Stockton aud la- 'y- nrprearl Street House, Albany, N. Y., has been destroyed by tire. Freckle Wash. White sugar, lemon juice. and borax, powdered; rub well together, aud put into glass vials. A SAD SUICIDE. Wilkesbarre, Pa., May 26, 1S4S. "To S. P. C . You hare heard me say how I left Wells', (Wells keeps a tavprn in this place,) to avoid if possible being an injury to the houe. 1 came to my father's in Pill son great excitement was caused a meeting was held, and he was caused to remove me to Willkesbarre. I know wbat this must end in; I would perish in the streets; to avoid this, if necessary, 1 will put a period to my own life. It has no charms-for me, my mind i timid and my heart is broken: notat'my own ?uftVrings but that I have been the cause of ifleriogs in others. 1 have wished to do good; 1 may have mistaken the way; my mo tive was light. Do justice to my memory. M. S. Blackmas." So wrote yesterday an upright, intelligent, strictly temporale and useful citizen, a member of the Luzerne County bar and lately Deputy Attorney General lor said county. Atew words in explanation. Some three weeks since our member of Assembly returned from Harrisburg ill and was visited by his friends, by Blackman among the number. His illness proved to be Varioloid. The infection was spread, many tases have occurred, all very wild ones, but people became unnecessarily and foolishly alar med. Blackman who has recently lost his wife and child, has been more than usually melancholy, and his miud somewhat diseased. In this state of feeling be was attacked by the disease, mildly like the other rases, but found himself shunned, and I am sorry to say it, dri ven from among those whose friendship he had a right lo claim. From his father's he was driven by a mob. On Wednesday last that father (1 write the solemn Iruth, would to God it was not so) left him in a grove while he went to his physician to a&k tor that shel ter for his son which he had refused to give him. His physician, 1 take pleasure in giving his name, T. W. Miner, M. D., gave biia the best shelter he had at his commaud, a pent up kitchen garret. Here unattended .nd alone, in feverish agony be .wrote the lines at the head of this article, and with-a razor cut, first his left arm nearly in twain and then his throat, nearly severing his head from the trunk. Bos. Chronotype.. fXjTTheN. Y. Herald, speaking of Martin Van Buren'a nomination, says: One conclusion is inevitable, and that is, that the great Democratic parlv is on its last legs. All the Brand ret lis, or all ihe universal vegi table pills iu creation, cannot avoid it. A few doses may prolong its life; but the ar row has flown, and when it strikes, diath is the result. - RAUCH-S BUST OF QUEEN LOUISA. How soft thy sleep ! Th6 tranquil features seem lo breaine again my nie" lair dreams e'en now, Ti slumber droops Lis winzs around thy brow. And sacred peace hath veiled the eye's pure beam. So slumber on, tin, u my country i uiou. While beacon-amoke from every lull doth stream. And the long rusted swords, shall gleam, Shall rie to heaven the patriot's holy vow. Down, down through night and death, Cod's way may Yet t his must be our hope our battle cry: Our children's childrt n shall as freemen die ! When freedom's moraine, bloody red, shall break. Then for thy bleeding, praying country's sake, I hen, Uerman wite. our guardian angei, wate. Wheo'er with soft serenity she smiled, Or caught the orient blush of quick surprise, How sweetly mutable, how brightly wild, The liquid lustre darted from ner eyes ! , Each look, each motion was anew born grace. 1 hat o'er her lorti its transient glory cast; Some lovlier wondtr soon usurped the place. Chased by a charm still lovlier, than the last. CHILDREN AND AN U ELS. E'REAX. We remember a rem akahle dream which occurred at a lime when a little being came bnt lo leave us again, whom we had hardly thought could have claimed a place in our heart, but for the void it left; and it always recurs to our mind when we hear ol new life aud old death meeting thus instantly on the threshold. . We dreamt that we were conveyed by some mysterious gnide to the entrance ol this earth. It was a kind of gallery, through which angelic beings, ninged and beautilul, were rapidly passing, all towards the earth; some with grave, others with hopeful as pects, their expressions as various as thev were legible. "What does this meant" we ?aid. "Who are. the passing spirits that go all one way. and why are their countenances so Tarious?' Our companion replied: "They are guardian angels, each on his way to take charge of a new-born infant. They know not its ultimate doom, but they know ol the sphere to which it is born, and the probable sins and temptations it will be exposed to. Look at the angel," he said, with a serious mein, as if a hard duty were belure him! His charge is the child of the rich aud noble of the land, who will bring hi in up in pride and luxury; and his beait will grow hard and selfish, aud selfishness in hi"h places has few sorrows, and without sorrow the voice of hid good angel will hard- 1 be beaid. "And see that spirit who passes with ea- gar, hopeful look 1 To him is committed the child ot a vicious lather, who is rioting at this moment that a child is born unto him. But open vices aie nut so baneful as spe cious virtues. Tue child's heart will be wouuded aud humbled in the sins of his te ther, and, iu piying the penally ol another'? guilt, he will himself geek the paths of vi tue. 1 Then another spirit passed, with firm but peacelul aspect "His charge will be arduous. The child now born will have willul and tumultuous passions, and his heart will be stubborn aud perverse, aud he will defy authonty, and go far wrong, aud ihe world will say there is no redemption lor bun, aud even bis lathers face will be turned Irom btm. Uut in Ihe silence ol a sick chamber, a mother will plead incessantly for him, and the child ol innny prayers shall be brought home to the fold." Then came one with anxious mien, and he was guardian loa genius who would win the applause and idolatry of thousands; and a second, with heavenly compassion, beauti ful, and moving lo behold, and he was hurry ing to the obscure offspring ol sin and shame; and a third, calm and peaceful, summoned to preside over the even tenor of a poor or phan, who inherited the blessings of sainted parent?; and a fourth, full of solemn anxiety, who hastened lo receive his charge Irom a royal cradle: and a fifth, whose countenance of heavenly wo we dared not ask t he ca'use of; and ininy more, all going to the varied posts to the children of the good and bad, the high and the low, ihe careless and unb -lieviitg till we were tired of asking; when, suddenly, carne one, distinguished from all by the radiance of joy upon him. What is his charge!" we said, "surely must be that of sumo' future saint upon eanh?" o,,? said our conductor, "he is the angel of a child who has died at its birth, aud ir going lo carry it straight to heaven." And then we c woke and found it was only a dream; but ever since then we have never heard of ihe death of an infant without thinking ol ihe joy on that angel coumen auce. Bkautifcl Extract. Among ships, ihere are some which sail for distant lands aud never teach their haven, among flowers, there arc some which are overtaken by un timely frosts, and never gain their bloom: among sol lier, there are some who fall be fore the campaign is hardly begun: and so ii is with us. Yoti have left your happy homes, some of yon a thousand miles, and hero with us you begin your professional career. We do nol turn you all back again. On some the grave has chised, and instead i f ihe gy friends of our loved homes, they are inhabi tants of ihe cold chambets of the dead: or, as there are in that shad wy wot Id reward for whatever is noble and good, as there are hearts thai are lamented with us, they are not desolate nor alone. For there is a good Providence lint watches around ihe bed ol the dying student, that softens the footsteps of the pale Angel ofdeath, that lulls ihe last hour with tones like distant music to him who is tailing asleep; and as lies of the mind and body break one by one, so terrestrial ob jects fade away, and the hum of a distract ed woi Id grows faint and more faint, lhat un folds serene prospects of happy climes, fair er than the landscapes of bis own native cotintiy, more pleasant than the vales that are in the Fortunate Islands. Prof. Dra per. Equestrian. Dan. Rice & Co's, Circus closed their performances here on Saturdav evening last. Dan. is one of the best clowns that e v r cracked a loke. His company nroba bly takes out of the city at least 61000. Qmncy ing. CASH FOR WHEAT! WE are prepared to receive at the Lamasco Steam FtrmV Mill. Wheat. Floor Barrels, Stares and Heading, Wood, &c.,at the high est market prices. V jeZTdJcwlm . ö. t. tLirrunw ai wv. DAN KICE & COS METROPOLITAN Je IIIPPODRAMAT1C CIRCUS!! . DAN RICE & G. R. SPALDING, Proprium This beautiful and unique establishment, Mending selections from Tlu Monster, North American and Acts York Circvs. Into one immense TREBLE COMPANY Will perform in the City of Evansville, on Monday and Tuesday, 3d and 4th of July; Monday evening' ;i P. M. TueIay 10 A. M., 2 V. M., and 7 P. M. Admision, Drees Circle, 50 cents Children half price. Boxes 23 cts. In this establishment, is effected a long cherished project ot collecting such oi the most distinguished Equestrians and Gymnasts in the East, as have never aoueared this side of the Mountains, and seldom in deed, out ot those metropolitan ciiiea their displays having been restricted to those populous to whs by the high salaries such exalted talents demanded. It is now propowd to furnish to the western public, enter tainments ol this nature of the same scale and grade, as have hitherto been confined to those centres of re finement and luxury: lo effect thi, the projectors of this enterprise have purcnaseu the steamer Alleghany Mail, and are in this manner enabled to transport manv aDDointments that are impracticable by land conveyance, as well as to have the tud of llorsea and 1 rojpe ot i erlonners always tresh and rested. It is impossible to enumerate within the limits of an advertisement, all the members of the Troupe, with that pasMnr. rtlercnce to their qualification which their reputation merits. The names of the Leaders ol" each department, which are in thisCircua classified and reduced to distinct heads, will be an a? ttirnnce, it is truskd, of the excellence as well ns pu rity of the entire entertainment. 1 he department ol Lum.fty is unter the charge ol Ihe iiro . aay, r Gintlttan chular TittOrator,tmdv:hilvtiiieerh- er. DAN RICE ! The Great Shakapercan Jctter and Original Clown.' in the nom-day refulgence of whose w it, the fetble rfsay ot all other f unsters, glimmer with a pale and uncertain light. His humour ix ulways racy and f picy, always eirervescing, sparkling and bubblinj; over. . - The depnrtnient of Princ ipal and Trick Ruling, ia directed by. MU. JUIJIS (ildSKDY, Beyond a question, the most expert find dexterous equestrian the world has ever seen. Without f addle or bridle, he accomplishes every feat, buckward soml rr. 7 and all, ever effected by the niofct renowned Riders on the convenient surface t ffjrUcd bv a Tad. The Dramatic Knuitation is upeiiutendcd by Mit. ß. bUKNl.Ml, -who rides his characters as well as most Actors art them, and displays a taste and the marks ofttudy and research, not often witnessed upon the tag. MADAME CAMILLA UAUDNEK. is the Empress of the Female department, and alter nately thrills the behol Jcr with consternation andda li 'lit, by herdahing and brilliant fents. , . MÖNS. LA THORN E Is at t'ie head ol the Gymnastic and Herculean de-' pfirtinent; and the precftcious youth, MASTERS WOODS AND DAY, In the Juvenile de pnrtmmr, xhil it thai wonderful aptness that puts their elders at foult. The .Music i under the direction of PKOFS. MULLEN, CHUMP AND WETZEL, And each branch ol the entertainments t-ut-tained by competent and nuinerousor'w'rt. In. short, every thing will lie unexceptionable, and that regard paid to order and decorum, and to the proprieties of the sive. je27J&wtd DAN PICE & CO. AND WHARF-BOAT, Shawneetown, Illinois. THE undersigned t a lies this method to notify ih public, that he is the proprietor of a large and commodious Wharf Uat, at inawtieetowu, and thut he still continues the Receiving, Forwarding and Com minion Business, trencrally. - Persons landing in the night, or de.-irous of ecur ing pnsrage in the niht, w ill alwayi hod a privat room and a good bed, on hoard. He alo kef constantly on hand, a general assort ment of (Jkotlkils, Peovisionp, Xcc, suitable to tha river trade In connection with the above buriness. h Las opened a House of Entertainment, on Front Street, (a!out 73 yards from the WharfHoaM in tV "Morris Brick Houe, and two frame buildings im mediately below, called the oll UocsE and staov Ornct, all of which have been recently repaired and rt titled, and where persons may secure seats in gor-. I Stage Coaches, for any point in the. interior, on tl. mail routes. t . The public may ret assured that Lis Table and Bar shall be supplied with the be-t tbo couutry can atford for money, and no (tains will 1 soared to ac commodate comfortably all who call on him. His Stable will lie filled with every variety of grain, hay, i.e., and managed by honest and faithful tellers, for whom the undersigned will be responsi ble. i Person landing from eteam boats ntri'it, WJ hlwaysbe conducted to the Hotel il they Je.-irc r; je Vi u juil. h ulk rmprKwr. CITY CLOTING STORE. V S. KUIIJN', No. 24, Main trnt EcantviUf, Ind., T7"1LL keep constantly on band, a lare and geu V V eral assortment of dress, frock and ack L vat iuitahle for all seasons; Cloth and Casfimrre nrntt, fancy Caiinere, Crown linen. Linen checks.Twr.-d and Corduroy Pants of every variety and pricf-t fiiit customers: plain and fancy Silk rA Vtlt Vests, Marseilles of all colors, and all kiu f men cst-s line and common Cravats and beam; Pocket llanderchiefe; Linen and Linen boeom trirU-; common do; Flannel do and draws; Hats; Caps; boots; büoes, A.c., dec. . Mv friends and the public arc resucclfuUv invited to give me acaU. ( je 22 Jy. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. NOTICE is hereby given, thit ih undersigned has taken out letter? ot administration nnoB the estate of George Stull, deceased. V All persons indebted ti said estate re Vequested to make immediate psymrnt,and those having claims against said estate will nresent them dnlv authentic ated for settlement. . - ,- r The estate will probably be rolvent. je- II. Q. WHEELER, Adru'r.- DR. S.S, FITCII-S COKSUJIPTIOX REMEDIES. THE subscriber has jum' received tb agency for this City and vurrounding country; with a 6updIv of hi3 . SVOLL HOUSEM - bdomioal Supporters;'' -' 7V '.' : Shoulder liraces;- v . Inhaleing Tube; AIo his book of six lectures on the uses of ihe Lungs causes, prevention and cure of Pulmonary Consunip timidiseased of the heart, and the true mode of pr scrvtnj heath wid prolonging life. I . , At.I.KN C HAI.LOCK, Prug'at,. J 21 ? i r - . Main M. near Wattr., liofue D me laiu-a.